Injection molding is a process of manufacturing parts by injecting material into a mold.
The part's material is fed into a heated bucket, mixed, and forced into a mold cavity where it cools and hardens into the shape of the mold cavity.
After the product design is usually designed by industrial designers or engineers.
The mold is made from a metal (usually steel or aluminum) by a mold maker (or tool maker) and precision machined to create the desired features of the part.
Injection molding is widely used to make a variety of components, from the smallest part of a car to the entire body panel.
The parts to be injection molded must be carefully designed to facilitate the forming process.
The material used for the part, the desired shape and characteristics of the part, the material of the mold, and the properties of the forming machine must be considered.
This wide range of design considerations and possibilities facilitate the versatility of injection molding.
On 2017-12-12, three clients from USA came to visit our company, after discussing the details of molds in the meeting, they placed an order of 5 sets injection molds for non-export tooling.